So You Want to Start Your Own Small Business Or Not, and you are not sure where to start. First things first, you need to think about what you will offer. Service or product? This depends on what you want from your business and how much time you spend on it. The service might make you more money, but it will take more time. Products can be better if you just want to arrange something and leave it.
Whatever your business focus is, you have to advertise. This is where you will invest the majority of your money. Backlinks are an important part of your search engine optimization, backlinks are a vote of trust on your website, the more you have, the higher your ranking. Assuming your website design is good and friendly and your service or product is desirable, as soon as you start receiving traffic from Google with good keywords, you have to start making money. Building backlinks can be done by posting on forums or blogs, writing articles, submitting your website to directories etc.
In most businesses, business = money. The more articles you write, the more traffic you attract, generally the more money you make. If you have a small website, and write 3 articles a day with a link in the resource box, you will start building your backlink amount, and start receiving targeted traffic. The more effort you make, the more likely you are to make a sale.
Websites like the Warrior Forum can be a great way to advertise your website, at the same time looking for other businesses that can help expand your business. There are lots of people asking for help, and some good articles explain everything you need to know about business.
If you have difficulty organizing your business, or need some information, you can always ask, or contact several companies out there that are made specifically to help new businesses, such as Business Link or the Federation of Small Business.
The biggest thing in business, is learning by doing, the best way to learn is by failing. Start with something small, A30 for domain names and web hosting. What’s the loss?